Are you ready to take a break from the traditional red-green color scheme in your Christmas decoration this winter? Here are a few seasonal and sophisticated ideas and try to inspire you for other color palettes.
Taupe + Cobalt + Black
Frosty shades of blue perfectly match the festive atmosphere at Christmas. Mixed with a bit of taupe and graphic black, this combination feels like a beautiful winter morning in the mountains.
A trio of ivory, lavender and charcoal shades
The dark gray primer of the palette makes the lavender and ivory color come out outstanding. The trio of these three shades looks casual and somewhat romantic. These soft colors are soothing and clearly modern this winter.
Cream + soft gray + slate blue
Thin birch trunks decorated with LED wire lamps add a natural simplicity and festive glow to a light gray wall. Shades of cream, soft gray and slate blue are perfect for your year-round home decor and bring a festive flair.
White + Gold + Chartreuse
We love this combination because of its versatility. White and gold are the undisputed classics of the winter season, probably already integrated into your Christmas decoration. The Chartreuse color is a clever addition that gives the palette a fresh, cheeky touch.
Powder blue + evergreen + blue-green
Mixing a variety of shades of blue together will give you a bold mix of colors that will make your color palette feel a bit more upscale at home.
Ivory color + gray + spruce green
Nature is a true artist in creating beautiful color palettes. The three shades in this slightly earthy combo work well together thanks to their organic simplicity. We recommend only: carry the gift wrap in ivory and gray and then let your Christmas tree shine in green.
Orange + blue-green
Many people think orange and teal do not go well together. They are also opposite colors. But it pays to pair them, you get a strong visual effect.
White + Red + Black
This color combination is timeless yet modern. The mix of colors gives this beautifully laid table a chic and somewhat sublime touch.
White + taupe + red
It’s amazing how you can modernize a traditional palette with a new color. The red, here slightly rosy color immediately gives this combo a trendy touch. If your furniture is neutral this is a must.
Gold + Black
Gold and black make such a fancy and beautiful color combination! This classic color duo with its sheen and sheen makes every table decoration something special. Add a matte, black element and you’ll instantly have a glamorous look that steals the show even after the holidays.
Bright white and Kelly Green
This combination of cheerful Kelly Green paired with a clear white looks very modern with a lively, festive touch.